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THAT WE MAY LONG 
REMEMBER CAREFREE 
ABBOT DAYS, THE 

SENIOR CLASS 



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CIRCLE 



ABBOT ACADEMY 

ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



We, the Class of 1938, 

affectionately dedicate our Year- 
book to MADAME CRAIQ, 
whose infectious sparkle and un- 
failing interest and enthusiasm 
have enlivened our Abhot days; 
and to MISS BUTTERFIELD, 
whose sweet charm and under- 
standing we shall never forget. 







Marie De La Niepce Craig 




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REBEKAH MUNROE CHTCKERING 

You caught your breath at beauty. 

Across long years I see 

You pause to smile at wind-carved clouds; 

Your voice drifts back to me 

Quoting some lovely lyric line 

Of verse I had not known, 

But that it stirring you, stirred me 

And thenceforth was my own. 

You made no cult of beauty. 
Quite human things you did, 
Endearing you to us the more. 
We chortled when you slid 
Your textbooks down the laundry chute, 
Pronged cucumber in tea, 
Unnoticing, and dreaming, walked 
Against a startled tree. 

You gave me zest for .beauty. 

Now in gull-flight or star, 

In the churned wake of lunging ship, 

In firelight you are 

Revealed to me — in chapel bells, 

In meadow-scent and snow. . . . 

You must have come into your own 

At last, who loved it so! 

—Graduate of 1915 



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You are leading us 

On paths of Beauty, Light, and Truth; 

With your strength and knowledge, 

Helping us to build our youth; 

And so when we leave you, 

Miss Hearsey, to you 

We will always be true. 




MARGUERITE CAPEN HEARSEY, Principal 



The Abbot Circle 



1938 



Ruth Stephens Baker, 
A.B., M.A. 

French, German 



Jean Hope Baynes 
Financial Secretary 



Helen Dearborn Bean, 
A.B. 

History 



Florence Butterfield 
House Superintendent 



Mrs. Eunice Murray 
Campbell, A.B. 

Business Principles 




Mary Carpenter, B.S. 
Physical Education 



Mme. Marie De La 
Niepce Craig 

French 



Mary Elaine Dodge, 
A.B, B.H.S. 

Household Science 



Mrs. Hannah Richmond 
Duncan, R.N. 

Resident Nurse 



Kate Friskin 

Pianoforte, Theory of 
Music 



Mrs. Lydia Glidden Cuillo, B.S. 
Business Principles, Second Semester 



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Mary Gay 

History of Art 



Francis Merritt 

Painting, Modelling, 
Drawing 



Walter Howe 

Choral Music, Piano- 
forte, Organ, Theory 
of Music 



Barbara Humes 

Assistant to the 
Principal 



Ena Marston, A.B., M.A. 
English 




Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 
Spoken English, Dramatic Interpretation 

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Octavia Whiting 
Mathews, A.B. 

Spanish 



Isabel Maxwell 
Hancock, A.B. 

Mathematics 



Mme. Jeanne Vical 
Miller, B.Ph. 

French 



Laura Keziah Pettingell, 
A.B., M.A., Ed.M. 

Latin, Psychology 



Mrs. Roberta Gilmore 
Poland, A.B., M.A. 

Physics, General Science 



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Gertrud Rath, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant to the 
Principal 




Evelyn Mann Rumney, 
A.B., M.A. 

English 



WlNTHROP HORTON 

Richardson, A.B., B.D. 
Bible 



Helen Dunford 
Robinson, A.B. 

Latin 



Louise Robinson 

Assistant Financial 
Secretary 



Virginia Paine Rogers, 
A.B. 

Spoken English 




Margaret Snow, A.B. 
Librarian 



Alice Sweeney, A.B. 

Director of Studies 
English 



Gertrude Tingley 
Singing 



Eleanor Morin Tucker, 
A.B., M.A. 

Chemisty, Mathematics 



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Betty McBride 
President 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS 



Elizabeth McBride 

Constance Thurber 

. Anne Flaherty 

. Catherine Flaherty 



CLASS SONG 

The Class of '38 is marching on, 
And ever singing as we go along, 
To future life that waits us every one, 
A life that should be worthy when it is done; 
So helped and aided by this school of ours 
To strengthen all our talents and our powers, 
We bravely face our future and our fate, 
We are the Class of '38. 

— Marian Lawson 



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CONSTANCE ABBOTT 

"Connie" "Conda" 
60 Walnut Street, Clinton, Massachusetts 



1936-38 



Honor Bonus '37 

Numerals '37 

Head of Tennis '37, '38 



Russell Sage 

Connie in the science lab, 
Connie on the court, 
Connie — anywhere she is — 
Is really quite a sport. 

Athletic Council '37, '38 
Children's Party '36 



Philomatheia '38 






MARIE WINSOR APPLEBY 

409 First Avenue, Asbury Park, New Jersey 

1935-38 Connecticut 

Marie is quite a smoothie, 
We surely all agree; 
As captain of the Gargoyles 
There's none like Appleby. 

Captain of Gargoyles '38 Treasurer Junior-Mid Class '36 

Prom Decorating Committee '37 Varsity Basketball '36, '37, '38 

Athletic Council '38 Varsity Baseball '37 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '37 Christmas Party '3S 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '37 Christmas Party '38 

Numerals '37 Fidelio '37 

Prom Usher '36 Prom Committee '38 



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JOAN BROWN 

"Joanie" 

296 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 

1934-38 Francis Robinson Duff Dramatic School 

Joanie's quite an actress 

As everybody knows, 

Just keep your eye on her, and you 

Will see how far she goes. 

A.D.S. '36, '37. '38 Tea Dance Committee '35, '36, '37 

Treasurer A.D.S. '38 Prom Decorating Committee '37 
Draper Dramatics '37, '38 Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '37 

Senior-Mid Plays '37 Choir '36, '37, '38 

Senior Play '38 President of Choir '38 

Junior Play '35 Fidelio '35, '36, '37 

Advisory Board '35 Prom Committee '38 




MARJORIE COLL 

"Midge" 

61 Park Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut 

1936-38 Wellesley 

Midge with her imitations 

Is quite a sketch to view, 

She keeps us all in stitches, with her 

Puns and riddles too. 

President Senior-Mid Class '37 Student Government '38 

Chairman Senior-Mid Tea Dance '37 Entertainment Committee '38 



Chairman Senior-Mid Banquet '37 

Numerals '37 

Senior-Mid Play '37 

C our ant '37, '38 

Executive Board '38 

Garden Party '37 



Fidelio '38 

Christmas Party '37 

Class Marshal '37 

Tree Speech '37 

Draper Dramatics '38 




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MARGARET COMSTOCK 

"Cam" "Comstock" 
Springville, New York 



Smith 



As the head of our Courant, 
As the genius of our class, 
As one who argues ceaselessly 
We hail you, model lass! 

Numerals '37 
Hiking Leader '38 
Head of Croquet '38 

Courant '37, '38 Fidelio '37 

Editor-in-chief of Courant '38 Proctor Bonus '37 

Honor Roll '37, '38 Advisory Board '38 

Cum Laude Property Manager, French Plays '38 

Property Committee, Senior Play '38 



Senior-Mid Play 

Treasurer A.C.A. 

Christmas Party 




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JEAN AUSTIN CROSS 

"Crass" 
Lake LaBelle, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin 



1935-38 



Wellesley 



Editor of the Class Book, 
A very early riser, 
Full of fun and playful, 
Through studying — the wiser 

Editor-in-Chief 1938 Class Book Fidelio '37 

Aeolian '36, '37, '38 Entertainment Committee '38 

Student Government '36 Merit Committee '36 

Vice-President Junior-Mid Class '36 Ivy Speech '37 

Treasurer A.C.A. '37 Recreation Room Committee '38 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Decorating Nominating Committee '37 

Committee '37 Griffin Entertainment '38 

Honor Roll '37, '38 Hiking Leader '38 

Le Cercle Francais '38 Cum Laude 



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SUSAN LAMBERT DARLING 

238 South Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
1934-38 Vassar 

Susan is so full of life 

Her merry laughter spreads to all; 

When on the platform she debates, 

Before her zeal opponents fall! 

Fidelio '35, '36, '37, '38 Senior-Mid Play '37 

Q.E.D. '37, '38 Numerals '37 

Day Scholars' Entertainment '35, '36 Honor Bonus '35, '38 

Draper Dramatics '37 Class Book Board '38 

Advisory Board '38 Senior Play Production Committee '38 

Christmas Party '38 Gargoyle Entertainment '35 




ANNE DOOLEY 

391 Prospect Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts 

1936-38 Wellesley 

A subtle humor, softly spoken; 

Gestures, ejaculations broken; 

Casting a madonna's glance, 

Beneath it knowledge — not learned by chance. 

Odeon '37, '38 Senior-Mid Plays '37 

President Odeon '38 Draper Dramatics '37 




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ELISE ISABEL DUNCAN 

"Dune" 

1360 Park Lane, Pelham Manor, New York 

1934-38 Vassar 

Elise, the poet of our class, 
Is limited by nothing, 
Athlete bold and artist too, 
'Tis glory to Abbot she'll bring 



Numerals '35 

Honor Roll '35. '36, '37. '38 

"A" Society '36, '37, '38 

Student Government '36 

A.D.S. '37 

Varsity Track '35, '36, '37 

Fidelio '36, '37, '38 

A.A.A. Treasurer '37, '38 

A.D.S. Play '38 



Griffin Entertainment Committee '38 
Chevrons '36, '37 
Christmas Party '37 
Class Book Board '38 
Hiking Leader '38 
Minor Sport Head '3 5, '36 
Athletic Council '35, '36, '37, '38 
Senior-Mid Play '37 
Cum Laude 







MARY REMINGTON ELLIOT 

Holt Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

.1934-38 Oberlin 

It's Mary who leads A.D.S. 

The day scholars, also, she rules, 

A crack baseball player, but mostly she's one 

Of Mrs. Gray's indispensable tools. 

Athletic Council '37 



Head of Day Scholars '38 

Student Government '37, '38 

Numerals '35 

Draper Dramatics '37 School 

Senior Play '38 

Senior-Mid Play '37 

A.D.S. '37, '38 

A D.S. Plays '37, '38 

Honor Bonus '35, '36, '38 Secretary-Treasurer "A" Society 

Gargoyle Entertainment Committee '3 5 



Head of Baseball '37 

President Junior Class '36 

Tea Dance Committee '38 

Fidelio '35, '36, '37, '38 

"A" Society '37, '38 

Chevrons '37, '38 

Day Scholars' Play '36 



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PHYLLIS IRENE ENGLAND 

Junior 

38 Woodland Road, Maiden, Massachusetts 

1936-38 Wheaton 

Phil, struggling with her French, 

Phil, shining in her math, 

Phil, trucking to the vie, 

And trotting down the bridle path. 

Secretary Senior-Mid Class '37 Draper Dramatics '37 

Varsity Hockey '37, '38 Fidelio '37, '38 

Senior-Mid Plays '37 Numerals '37 







NANCY LEE FORMAN 

"Forman" 
Kitchawan, New York 



1936-38 



Vassar 



Unappreciated worker, 

Known by pessimistic views, 

Her appendix operation, 

And paintings bright of lovely hues. 

Fire Chief '38 




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ANNE ELIZABETH FLAHERTY 

"Flit" 

2512 West 17th Street, Wilmington, Delaware 



1935-38 



Smith 



Jingling noises of her charms, 
Ann, the head of Q.E.D., 
Wilmington's impressive deb, 
Mr. Howe's prize prodigy! 

Secretary Senior Class '38 Gargoyle Hockey '36, '37 

Vice President Senior-Mid Class '37 Gargoyle Baseball '37 

Vice President Junior-Mid Class '36 Senior-Mid Plays '37 

Q.E.D. '36, '37, '38 Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '37 

President Q.E.D. '38 Commencement Marshal '37 

Numerals '37 Draper Dramatics '37, '38 

Christmas Party '35, '36 Proctor Bonus '37, '38 

Chairman Prom Decorating Committee '37 Prom Usher '36 

Varsity Hockey '36 Senior-Mid Banquet '37 
Prom Committee '38 






CATHERINE ELLEN FLAHERTY 

"Kay-Flit" 
2512 West 17th Street, Wilmington, Delaware 
1935-38 Finch Junior College 

Chairman of the Senior Prom, 
And the one with charming voice, 
Clever in dramatic art, 
And likewise in her jokes so choice. 
Secretary Junior-Mid Class '36 Prom Decorating Committee '37 



Treasurer Senior Class '38 
Christmas Party Committee '35, 
Numerals '37 

Griffin Hockey Team '36, '37 
Varsity Hockey Team '36, '37 
Chairman Senior-Mid Tea Danc< 
Tea Dance Committee '36, '37 
A.D.S. '36, '37 
Senior-Mid Play '37 



Proctor Bonus '35 

'36 Honor Bonus '35 

Prom Usher '35 

Draper Dramatics '37, '38 

Recreation Room Committee '37 

'37 Senior-Mid Banquet '37 

Chairman Prom Committee '38 

A.D.S. Plays '36, '37 



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FRANCES NORMA FORSYTH 

"Jackie" 
333 Haverhill Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts 



Many a perfect bullseye, 
Hours in a plane, 
Dependable and willing, 
Yes — Norma's quite a dame. 

Fidelio '38 Philomatheia '38 

Senior-Mid Play '37 Varsity Hockey '37 

Draper Dramatics '37 Class Book Board '38 

Numerals '37 Senior Play Production Committee '38 

Gargoyle Hockey Team '37 Gargoyle Entertainment '37 
Archery Team '37, '38 




LUCILLE FREEMAN 

"Lucy" 

1320 North State Parkway, Chicago, 111. 

1935-38 Smith 

Dark glasses, knitting needles, 

Sophisticated way, 

A wicked tennis racket 

All are Lucy's — need we say? 

Draper Dramatics '37. '38 Recreation Room Committee '37 

Senior-Mid Play '37 Chairman Entertainment Committee '38 

Fidelio '37, '38 Tea Dance Committee '36, '37 

Choir '38 Prom Decorating Committee '37 

Class Book Hoard '38 Numerals '36 

Head of Badminton '37, '38 




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MARY-FRANCES GODFREY 

"Bilke" 

33 Fisher Street, Dover, New Hampshire 

1936-38 Connecticut 

Uncle Edgar's prom refusals, 
Bubbling laugh, complexion fair, 
Private accent, head of riding, 
Billie of the curly hair. 

Senior-Mid Play '37 Senior Picnic Committee '38 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '37 Tea Dance Committee '38 

Senior-Mid Banquet Committee '37 Head of Riding '38 

Garden Party '37 Gargoyle Entertainment '37 

Fidelio '37 ' ^ French Play '38 

Visiting Day Program '37 Le Cercle Francais '38 

Prom Decorating Committee '38 Senior Banquet Committee '38 
Numerals '38 






DIANA HOPE GREENE 
"D" 

"Greenetrees," Kennebunk, Maine 
1934-38 Sweet Br 

French class tantrums, English stallings, 
Leading parts in plays, 
Ingenuity, never failing, 
And many a witty phrase. 

Treasurer Junior-Mid Class 
French Play 
Tea Dance Committee '37, 
Le Cercle Francais 
Head of Deck Tennis 
Advisory Board 
Entertainment Committee '36, '37, 
Griffin Entertainment 36, 
Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee 
Prom Decorating Committee 
Varsity Basketball '36, 37, '38 Draper Dramatics '36, '37, 
Varsity Baseball '36, '37 Christmas Party '35, '36, '37, 

Griffin Songleader '37 Honor Bonus '35, 

Senior-Mid Plays '37 English I Play 

Class Songleader '36, '37 Nominating Committee 



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President A.C.A. '38 
Honor Roll '3 5 
Fidelio '35, '36, '37 
A.D.S. '37, '38 
A.D.S. Plays '37, '38 
Senior Play '38 
Student Council '38 
Vice-President Fidelio '38 
"A" Society '36, '37, '38 
Chevrons '37, '38 



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PATRICIA HOTCHKISS 

"Pat" 
Granby, Connecticut 



1934-38 



Red gold hair and latent wit, 
Dancing prowess, as in dreams, 
Song-bird too, though she won't tell, 
In fact, she's not what she first seems. 

Numerals '37 Honor Bonus '35, '36 

Fidelio '37, '38 .Secretary Junior Class '35 

Philomathe'a '38 Hiking Leader '38 




DOROTHY KATHERINE HUDSON 

"Doll" 

500 Forsythe Avenue, Monroe, Louisiana 

1936-38 Wellesley 

Gentle, quiet, and yet so firm, 
Actress fine with waist so small, 
Doll can swing and truck on down, 
And just hear that southern drawl! 



Class Book Board '38 

Fidelio '38 

A.D.S. '37, '38 

Draper Dramatics '37, '38 

Honor Roll '38 



A.D.S. Plays '38 

Senior-Mid Plays '37 

Senior Play '38 

French Play '38 

French Play '38 




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JANICE HUNTER 

"Jan" 

26 Brantwood Road, Arlington, Massachusetts 

1936-38 Wheaton 

Trips to Miss Hearsey's table, 
To tell who gives the news; 
And that high mark in English 
Which gives us all the blues! 

Secretary Student Council '38 Honor Bonus '38 

Q.E.D. '37, '38 Senior Garden Party Committee '37 

Numerals '37 Gargoyle Entertainment '37 






GLORIA CONSTANCE KING 

7 William Street, Shawsheen Village, Mass. 



1935-38 



Connecticut 



Gloria never wastes a minute, 
She's up at the break of day; 
You'll either find her studying, 
Or making her racket obey. 



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ELEANOR MARY LANCASTER 

"EUie" "Lanky" 
36 Vernon Street, Auburn, Maine 



1935-38 




Lanky, of the well-known blush, 
At hurling javelins she is best; 
Outward she is quite subdued, 
Inward she is full of zest! 

Track Team '36, '37 



Fidelio '37 




MARIAN ELIZABETH LAWSON 

"Sunny" 
2o Temple Street, Belmont, Massachusetts 



1934-38 



Lawson, with her mice and men, 
Making rhythms with her drums, 
With her photographic flair, 
She can take whatever comes. 



Spanish Play '37 
Fidelio '36, '37, '38 
Choir '37, '38 



Aeolian '36, '37, '38 
Leader, Abbot Swingcopaters '38 




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BARBARA LEE 

117 East Street, Methuen, Massachusetts 

1934-38 

She's Abbot's "Perfect Specimen" 
Almost too good to be true, 
Is it done with mirrors, or is it nature? 
Oh Barbara — give us a clue! 
Fidelio '38 






BARBARA LITTAUER 

"Lit" 

Charcoal Hill, Westport, Connecticut 

1936-38 Chamberlain School 

Smoothie clothes and lashes long, 

Hair the envy of us all, 

Full of fun and pleasant ways, 

Stately posture, poised and tall. 

Prom Decorating Committee '38 Draper Dramatics '37, '38 

Proctor Bonus '37 Senior-Mid Floor Committee '37 

Gargoyle-Griffin Entertainment '37 Q.E.D. '38 

Senior Play '38 



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LINDA LORING 

"Tudsa" "Lindy" 

46 Salem Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1935-38 Bennington 

Optimistic views on life, 
Cute and jolly and petite, 
All the stag line follows after, 
But algebra's her main defeat. 

Senior-Mid Plays '37 





ELIZABETH McBRIDE 

"Betty' "Lizzie" 
224 East 46th Street, Savannah, Georgia 



1936-38 



Fidelio '37 
L.B.A. '37, 



President, with a smile for all, 
Always on the go, 
Personality that makes her range 
Of friendships grow and grow. 

President Senior Class '38 
'38 Class Book Board '38 

Student Council '38 



Senior-Mid Plays '37 

Draper Dramatics '37 

Senior Play '38 

Griffin Entertainment '38 

Society Banquet Decorating Committee '37 

Tea Dance Committee '38 

Children's Party '37 

Senior Banquet '38 



Athletic Council '38 

Golf Team '37 

Head of Archery '38 

Prom Committee '38 

Nominating Committee '38 

Prom Decorating Committee '38 




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SALLY GRAHAM PECK 

"Peckus" 

20 Fairview Terrace, Derby, Connecticut 

1936-38 Smith 

A shining star in every sport, 
Enthusiast of English class, 
A sculptor, too, of good report, 
She puts the teachers in a cast! 
Treasurer Senior-Mid Class '37 Philomatheia '37, '38 

Varsity Hockey '37, '38 Treasurer Philomatheia '38 

Varsity Track '37 Prom Decorating Committee "37 

Chairman Production Staff, Senior Play '38 Numerals '37 

Nominating Committee '38 Student Council '38 

Hiking Leader '38 Stage Manager Senior-Mid Plays '37 

President A.A.A. '38 Stage Manager Draper Dramatics '37 

Gargoyle Entertainment Committee '37 







MARGARET HUTTON PLUNKETT 

"Plunkie" 

21 Crofut Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts 

1934-38 

As leader of the Griffins, 
She's never been a piker, 
As song-bird and pianist, 
There's really no one like 

Fidelio '35, '36, '37, '38 
President Fidelio '38 
Aeolian '36, '37, '38 
President Aeolian '38 
Secretary-Treasurer Aeolian '37 
Choir '36, '37, '38 
Junior-Mid Song Leader '36 
Junior-Mid Class Treasurer '36 
Junior Class Treasurer '35 
Secretary A.C.A, '38 
Advisory Board '38 



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Head of Griffins '38 

Athletic Council '38 

"A" Society '38 

Chevrons '38 

Numerals '36 

Hiking Leader '38 

Children's Party '36, '37, '38 

Prom Usher '36 

Senior Picnic Committee '38 

Day Scholars' Entertainment '35 

Senior Play '38 



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RUTH POND 

"Pondo" 

St. Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire 

1935-38 

Through the stern, impassive face 
Of Aunt March shone Pondo's sparkle, 
Effervescent words and grace 
Bespeak the one who loves to chortle. 

Fidelio '36, '37, '38 Varsity Hockev '38 

Choir '37, '38 Varsity Track '37 

Aeolian '37, '38 Advisory Board '36 

Senior-Mid Plays '37 Athletic Council '38 

Senior Play '38 Senior Class Song Leader '38 

Numerals '36 Class Book Board '38 

"A" Society '38 Recreation Room Committee '38 

Head of Hockey '38 French Play '38 
Le Cercle Francais '38 




MADELEINE PROCTOR 

"Maddie" 

78 Glen Avenue, Newton Centre, Massachusetts 

1935-38 Radcliffe 

Her wonderful French accent 
Is quite a treat to hear, 
Her poise and charming nature 
Fill all she meets with cheer. 



Aeolian '36, '37, '38 

Choir '37, '38 

Fidelio '37, '38 

Secretary-Treasurer Aeolian '38 

Student Government '37, '38 

Varsity Track '36 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee 

Advisory Hoard '38 

Merit Committee '37 



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Senior-Mid Play '37 

Vice-President A.C.A. '38 

Christmas Party '37, '38 

Draper Dramatics '37, '38 

Numerals '37 

Hiking Leader '38 

Honor Bonus '36, '37, '38 

French Play '38 




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PHYLLIS SAUNDERS 

"Fhil" 

2 Brookfield Avenue, Nutley, New Jersey 

1935-38 Connecticut 

From shy Junior-Mid to Senior poised 

She's forged ahead without stops; 

At skiing and riding she's expert, but 

As a dancer she's just about tops. 
Varsity Basketball '35, '36 L.B.A. '37, '38 

Griffin Basketball Team '35, '36, '37 President L.B.A. '38 

Secretary-Treasurer Griffins '38 "A" Society '38 

Society Banquet Committee '37 Head of Snow '38 

Fire Lieutenant '38 Numerals '37 

Griffin Entertainment Committee '38 Christmas Party '36 







JEANNE SAWYER 

60 Bartlet Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1935-38 Vassar 

Jeanne is the peppiest kind of girl, 
And to her wit there's no limit, 
Whenever a tennis cup heaves in sight, 
She's the one who is sure to win it. 



A.D.S. '37, '38 

Vice-President-Secretary Gargoyles '38 

Advisory Board '38 

Fidelio '36, '37, '38 

Day Scholars Entertainment '36 

Draper Dramatics '37 



A.D.S. Play '38 

Senior Play '38 

Numerals '36 

Honor Roll '36 

Honor Bonus '37 

Senior-Mid Play '37 



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ANNE SIMPSON 

"Pudge" 

39 Salisbury Street, Little Falls, New York 

1936-38 Connecticut 

In sports and also music 

She really does excel, 

And acting men in all the plays — 

She does it awfully well. 

Athletic Council '37 First Vice-President Student Government '38 

Head of Golf '37 Head of Proctors '38 

Hiking Leader '38 Honor Bonus '37 

Fidelio '37. '38 Proctor Bonus '37 

Odeon '37, '38 Senior Play '38 

Senior Picnic Committee '38 Draper Dramatics '37 
Merit Committee '38 




SARAH ANNE SUTOR 

"Sally" 
811 Clinton Place, River Forest. 
1936-38 



Illinois 
Wisconsin 



On many a dance committee, 
With many a gay cartoon, 
We'll always think of Sally 
As a "good time in bloom." 

Advisory Board '38 Prom Decorating Committee '37, '38 

Class Book Board '38 Senior-Mid Banquet '37 

Varsity Hockey '38 Griffin Decorating Committee '38 

Griffin Entertainment '38 Tea Dance Committee '37 




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ARLENE TEICHERT 

"Teichie" 

South Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1936-38 Katharine Gibbs 

She rides and loves her tennis too, 
Although she's quiet and meek, 
We all believe that she will be 
A person all will seek. 





VIRGINIA THAYER 

"Giny" 
Porter Road, Andover, Massachusetts 



1935-38 



Smith 




Knitting stylish sweaters 

Of many woolly yarns, 

Giny in her quiet way 

Is full of graceful charms. 

Student Government '37 Q.E.D. '37, '38 

Numerals '37 Secretary Q.E.D. '38 

Secretary Athletic Council '38 Senior-Mid Play '37 

Day Scholars Entertainment '36 French Plav '38 

Class Book Board '38 Honor Roll '36 



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CONSTANCE THURBER 

"Connie" 

3 Swart Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 

1936-38 Vassar 

This lady of the honor roll 
Is bright as she can be; 
In fact, most everything she does, 
She does most perfectly. 

Courant '37, '38 Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '37 

Business Manager Class Book '38 Tea Dance Committee '38 

Vice President Senior Class '38 Senior-Mid Play '37 

Student Government '38 Draper Dramatics '37 

Honor Roll '38 Senior Play '38 

Honor Bonus '38 Varsity Riding '37 

Christmas Party '37 Numerals '37 

Gargoyle Entertainment '37 Cum Laude 




MARY TOOHEY 

43 Abbot Street, Andover, Massachusetts 



1933-38 



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Braids entwined around her head, 
Flowery phrases ■ — giggles too, 
Ardent golfer, pacing the course, 
She'll be loyal to Abbot blue. 
Student Government '34, '35, '36, '37, '38 Track Team '34, 



Senior-Mid President '37 
Junior-Mid President '36 
Junior President '35 
Fidelio '34, '35, '36, '37, '38 
A.D.S. '35, '36, '37, '38 
"A" Society '37, '38 
Chevrons '37, '38 
Numerals '35 
Athletic Council '37, '38 
Posture Committee '34, '35 
Nominating Committee '35, '36 
Proctor Bonus '37 



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Vice-President A. A. A. 
Gargoyle Tennis Team '37, 

Head of Croquet '37 

Gargoyle Entertainment '35, '37 

Senior-Mid Plays '37 

A.D.S. Plays '36, '37, '38 

Day Scholar Entertainment '34, '35 

Prom Usher '36 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '37 

Christmas Party '34, '35 

Honor Bonus '34, '35, '36 




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DOROTHY LOUISE WALWORTH 

"IF ally" 

Skaneateles, New York 

2936-38 The Wheelock School 

She can work and also play, 
And we all agree 

That "Wally" some day will become 
A teacher — with degree. 

Odeon '38 Senior-Mid Plays '37 

Entertainment Committee '38 Recreation Room Committee '38 
Griffin Entertainment Committee '38 Honor Bonus '38 










CAROL LARRABEE WHITTEMORE 

"Whit" 

West Roxbury, Massachusetts 

1935-38 Wellesley 

Illustrious head of our great Stu G, 
She lectures the erring crowd; 
A better spirit there could not be, 
Oh Whit, of you we're proud! 

President Student Government '38 Senior-Mid Plays '37 
Odeon '38 Vice-President Senior-Mid Class '37 

Fidelio '37 Draper Dramatics '37, '38 

Honor Bonus '36, '38 Numerals '37_ 

Senior-Mid Tea Dance Decorating Committee '37 

Proctor Bonus '36, '37 Le Cercle Francais '38 

Nominating Committee '37, '38 Griffin Entertainment '38 

Merit Committee '38 Hiking Leader '38 



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FRANCES CRASSMORE 

Oconomowbury, Massconsin 
1936-38 Smithsley 

She's here, she's there, she's everywhere, 
And all the floors do creak! 
Everyone knows her, though not well, 
For she's vague and rather meek! 

President of Choral '37, '38 Posture Bonus '37 

Aid to Table Seniors '37, '38 Assistant Proctor Bonus '37 

Fifth Server at Miss Hearsey's Table '38 Chinese Play '38 

Griffin Entertainment '38 Mother of Class Bismark '38 

Chairman of Prep Prom '37 Present at Garden Party '38 

Assistant Bell Ringer '37, '38 Ditto at Commencement '38 

Morton Street Guide '37, '38 Wreck Room Committee '38 

Treasurer of Good Humor Man '38 Sun Tent Timer '37 

Twenty-fifth Vice-President of Stu G '38 "B" Society '38 

President of Society for Closing Closet Doors '37, '38 



ODE TO FRANCES' IMMORTALITY 

Above you see the third of three, 
Lady Crassmore, the other one of we 
Who, thru the strife of our school life, 
Have found we needed a young wife 
To mend, keep still, amuse us, too, 
When Other Things we could not do. . . 
She helped The Floating Five along 
When nothing else could stop the gong. . . 
To her we raise our glass, and cheer — 
And though 'tis near the end of year, — 
We are not sad, because we know 
She'll follow us, where'er we go. 



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SOPHIE SHARPE BRECKENRIDGE 

"Bunny" 

1319 Castile Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida 

Vassar 



BEVERLY HARTSHORN BRIDGE 



"Bevy" 

16 Merrimack Street 

Concord, New Hampshire 

Simmons 



Q.E.D. 





SUE ANNE EVELEIGH 

"Susie Q" 

7801 Pennsylvania Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 

Wellesley 

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Choir 



ROSA TUCKER FLETCHER 

"Pose" 

Forest Hill, Lexington, Virginia 

Vassar 



Aeolian 




ETHEL ELIZABETH GARVEY 

"Betty" 

9 Hillside Avenue 

Lawrence, Massachusetts 




DORIS deWINDT HAUSER 
"Dossier 

Upper Darby P. 0., Merwood, Pennsylvania 

Fidelio Varsity Hockey 



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MARJORIE LOUISE HOLT 

"Mar/" 
110 Warren Street, Concord, New Hampshire 

Colby 




BARBARA LYMAN RICE 

"Barby" 

20 William Street 

Andover, Massachusetts 

Vesper George School of Art 

Philomatheia 




JANE RUSSELL 

"Janie" 

17 Oliver Street, Salem, Massachusetts 

Wheaton 




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JEAN LOUISE TILTON 

28 South Street, Concord, New Hampshire 
Wheaton 

Fidelio Odeon 





BARBARA TUDBURY 
"Tubbf 

11 Hemenway Road 

Salem, Massachusetts 

Wellesley 



Varsity Tennis 




BEATRICE TYER 

Sunset Rock Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
Stuart School 

Draper Dramatics 



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JANE ELIZABETH VOGT 

it T ' 55 

J ante 

18 Stratford Place, Binghamton, New York 

Swarthmore 



Fidelio 

Draper Dramatics 

Cum Laude 



Philomatheia 
Honor Roll 




The Senior Ring's the turning point 
Of all our Abbot days, 
We've almost spent our time at school 
To part on other ways. 

Our Alma Mater soon we'll leave 
In different groups we'll be, 
A memory chest we'll keep in mind, 
A ring will be the key. 

This little ring with letters two 
Inscribed thereon in gold — 
What retrospective happiness 
This little ring will hold! 

— Elise Duncan 



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From this familiar earth we Seniors lift a clod, 

And here with reverent hands plant deep within the sod 

A slender, silver birch tree, symbolic of the ties 

Which we have made at Abbot, here, beneath New England skies. 

Its roots, entwined, will firmly fold a memory in each heart, 

That never will be broken — though we are far apart. 

It stands exposed to winter's storms and summer's gentle rain, 

Its golden leaves will drift in fall, but come back once again 

With glorious approach of spring and, blooming, thrive anew, 

So leaving now we plant this birch, — our loyal love for you. 



— Jeanne Sawyer 



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Long years ago we entered 
Through the Abbot Gate 
To gain some further knowledge 
To face our future fate. 

We gazed in wide-eyed wonder 
At mighty Seniors tall, 
We meekly opened doors 
And hardly spoke at all. 

The next year we were Juniors, 
All full of confidence; 
With grammar grim we struggled 
We learned to ride and fence. 

As Junior-Mids we battled 
With Caesar and the Gauls; 
And much to our amazement, 
Had Friday evening calls! 

Returning the next autumn 
We found Miss Hearsey here, 
Whose smile was inspiration; 
Who helped us through the year. 

Our plays, so long-awaited, 
Were given with success; 
And then our yellow sweaters 
Which we liked — more or less! 



Soon came the prom and tea dance, 
Oh! thou dear heart, be still. 
And then our own class picnic 
And bonfire on Pomps hill. 

Too soon, alas, 'twas our turn 
To be the Seniors tall; 
We got our longed-for parlor — 
Our porch — and that's not all! 

To Intervale we've been now; 
To Boston for the day; 
We've eaten at Baronial, 
And had our Senior Play. 

Oh moment full of triumph 
When each received her ring! 
What memories of Abbot 
To her mind will it bring? 

And now at last Commencement — 
For larger lives we yearn, 
And leave behind us school days 
That never will return. 

As Abbot we are leaving 
We sigh for what is past; 
For deepest pleasure is the theme 
Of days that went too fast. 



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President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



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OFFICERS 



Carolyn Fisher, Katharine Harris 
Carol Parker, Audrey Rugg 
Jean Appleby, Eleanor Martin- 
Barbara Bobst, Polly Pancoast 



Bobbie Scanlan, Marjorie MacMullen 
Student Government Representatives 

SENIOR-MID SONG 

Thirty-nine is marching on, 

Banners on high — 

We will swing along together, 

Sing her praises forever and aye. 

Our class we'll honor long, 

Cherish memories true, 

Bound by the bonds of friendship 

We will e'er be true to Thirty-nine. 



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Top Row 

Barbara Bobst 
Lloyd Pierce 
Mary Lee Crawford 

Second Row 

Mary Curtis 
Virginia Rice 
Joan Hubbard 

Third Row 

Adelle Sawyer 
Bobbie Scanlan 
Audrey Rugg 
Marjorie MacMullen 

Fourth Row 

Sally Walsh 
Dorothy Heidrich 
Harriet Hume 
Charlotte Skinner 



Winifred Wiglesworth 
Marion Altreuter 
Lucia Buchanan 
Nancy England 



Florence Mooney 
Ellen Alden 
Betty Jean Wilson 



Carol Parker 
Katharine Harris 
Carolyn Fisher 
Polly Pancoast 



Ann Oakman 
Carrol] Orr 
Frances Cross 
Virginia Halstead 
Barbara Bellows 



Margaret Hall 
Constance Smith 
Virginia Jones 



Marjory Hill 
Jeanne Waugh 
Rosamond Graves 



Jean Appleby 
Bonnie Martin 
Ruth Thomas 
Mary Woodman 



Olive Butler 
Jane Currier 
Henrietta Fletcher 
Barbara Leland 



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President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Top Row 

Joan Carlson 
Jane Littauer 
Barbara Fowler 
Elise Jewett 

Second Row 

Molly Chase 
Christine Robinson 

Third Row 

Ruth Poore 
Margit Hintz 



OFFICERS 

Joan Webster, Jane Wilson 

Priscilla Russ, Jacqueline Proctor 

Sally Cole, Nancy Wilson 

Doris Sawyer, Betty Ellis 

Marguerite Hall, Mary Pease 
Student Government Representatives 



Betty Weaver 
Betty Ellis 
Gisela Bolten 
Dorothy Schwiebert 



Jane Wilson 
Jacqueline Proctor 



Grace Bowen 
Marguerite Hall 
Doris Sawyer 

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Nancy Harrison 
Joan Webster 
Mary Pease 
Nancy Wilson 



Sally Cole 
Mary Ailing 



Betty Moser 
Priscilla Russ 



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President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Top Row 

Lee Burnett 
Margaret Little 
Peggy Prudden 
Connie Cross 
Madeleine Grout 

Second Row 

Ann Rogers 
Mary Lou Sheedy 
Betty Harris 
Shirley Hamilton 



OFFICERS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS 

Elizabeth Travis, Mary Howard 

Nancy Eccles, Phyllis Campbell 

. Anne Schoepflin, Joan Killian, Eleanor Knox 

Mary Dean Naff, Margaret Prudden 

Carolyn Cross, Shirley Hamilton 
Student Government Representatives 

OFFICERS OF THE PREPARATORY CLASS 

Jane Davey, Ethel Ann Bolton 

Madeleine Grout, Margaret Little 

Betty Killian, Patsy Selden 

Mary Lou Sheedy, Marjorie Dean 

Ann Rogers, Helen Stott 
Student Government Representatives 



Nancy Eccles 
Joan Killian 
Sue Long 
Joan Waugh 
Pat Arnold 



Verniece Moody 
Mary Howard 
Ethel Ann Bolton 
Ruth Rathbone 



Helen Stott 
Betty McDonald 
Sally Bradley 
Jane Davey 
Libby Travis 

Priscilla Williams 
Marie Bertram 
Margery Martin 
Joyce Curran 



Phyllis Campbell 
Anne Schoepflin 
Mary Dean Naff 
Phyllis Crocker 
Betty Killian 



Marjorie Dean 
Janet Dwight 
Eleanor Knox 
Patsy Selden 
Sue Wallace 



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Come along and march with us who all agree 
That Abbot's quite the place to be! 
A century of school-girls surely can't be wrong, 
Or we'd not be here to sing our song. 
Hurry up and fall in step, 
March with vigor, vim, and pep, 
Throw your cares and worries to the breeze, 
For — though Columbus and Cabot 
Never heard of Abbot, 
It's quite the place for you and me! 

— Alice Schultz '33 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




Carol Whittemore 



President 

First Vice-President 

Second Vice-President 

Third Vice-President 

Secretary 

Diana Greene 
Madeleine Proctor 
Betty McBride 
Constance Thurber 
Sally Peck 
Mary Toohey 
Olive Butler 




. Carol Whittemore 

. Anne Simpson 

. Mary Elliot 

Marjorie Coll 

. Janice Hunter 

Bobbie Scanlan 
Marjorie MacMullen 
Marguerite Hall 
Mary Pease 
Carolyn Cross 
Shirley Hamilton 
Ann Rogers 
Helen Stott 



ABBOT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

President . . Diana Greene 

Vice-President Madeleine Proctor 

Secretary . Margaret Plunkett 

Treasurer . Margaret Comstock 



Diana Greene 




ABBOT ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Sally Peck 

. Mary Toohey 

Virginia Thayer 

Elise Duncan 




Sai.ly Peck 



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President 

Barbara Bobst 
Joan Brown 
Frances Cross 
Nancy England 
Carolyn Fisher 




CHOIR 



Rosa Fletcher 
Lucille Freeman 
Kay Harris 
Harriet Hume 
Marian Lawson 
Carol Parker 



Joan Brown 

Margaret Plunkett 
Ruth Pond 
Madeleine Proctor 
Charlotte Skinner 
Mary Woodman 



FIDELIO 

President and Pianist 

Margaret Plunkett 



Barbara Bobst 
Grace Bowen 
Sally Cole 
Marjorie Coll 
Phyllis Crocker 
Carolyn Cross 
Frances Cross 
Susan Darling 
Elise Duncan 
Mary Elliot 
Nancy England 
Phyllis England 
Carolyn Fisher 
Norma Forsyth 
Lucille Freeman 
Diana Greene 



Marguerite Hall 
Kay Harris 
Doris Hauser 
Dorothy Heidrich 
Marjory Hill 
Pat Hotchkiss 
Joan Hubbard 
Doll Hudson 
Harriet Hume 
Virginia Jones 
Marian Lawson 
Barbara Lee 
Barbara Leland 
Ann Oakman 
Carol Parker 



Ruth Pond 
Jacqueline Proctor 
Madeleine Proctor 
Doris Sawyer 
Jeanne Sawyer 
Anne Schoepflin 
Dorothy Schwieber* 
Anne Simpson 
Charlotte Skinner 
Jean Tilton 
Mary Toohey 
Libby Travis 
Jane Vogt 
Betty Jean Wilson 
Mary Woodman 
Molly Chase 



Margaret Plunkett 




CLASS BOOK BOARD 



Editor-in-Chief . 
Business Manager 
Assistant Business Manager 



Jean Cross 

Constance Thurber 

Susan Darling 



Art Editors 
Literary Editors 
Ex Officio 



Sally Sutor, Elise Duncan 
/ Norma Forsyth 
\ Lucy Freeman 
. ( Doll Hudson 
I Ruth Pond 

\ Virginia Thayer 
Betty McBride 



Jean Cross 



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Heads of Major Sports 

Hockey ............. Ruth Pond 

Basketball ........... Dorothy Heidrich 

Tennis ............ Constance Abbott 

Track Audrey Rugg 

Baseball ............ Bobbie Scanlan 

Heads of Minor Sports 

Golf Jean Appleby 

Hiking ............ Charlotte Skinner 

Deck Tennis ........... Polly Pancoast 

Badminton ........... Lucille Freeman 

Ping Pong Carolyn Fisher 

Croquet ........... Margaret Comstock 

Archery ........... Betty McBride 

Skiing ............ Phyllis Saunders 

Skating ............. Gisela Bolten 

Riding ............. Billie Godfrey 

Club Captains 

Gargoyles ........... Marie Appleby 

Griffins Margaret Plunkett 

Officers 

President Sally Peck 

Vice-President Mary Toohey 

Secretary Virginia Thayer 

Treasurer ............ Elise Duncan 

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CLUB CAPTAINS 

Marie Appleby, Gargoyle 
Margaret Plunkett, Griffin 



SONGLEADERS 

Charlotte Skinner, School 
Marguerite Hall, Griffin 
Kay Harris, Gargoyle 




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VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM 

Sally Sutor, Phyllis Crocker, Kay Flaherty, Sally Peck, Ruth Pond, Connie Smith, Doris Hauser, 

Connie Cross, Phyllis England, Norma Forsyth, Marjory Hill 




VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 
Sue Anne Eveleigh, Marie Appleby, Diana Greene, Marguerite Hall, Carol Parker, Adelle Sawyer, 

Dorothy Heidrich, Head of Basketball 

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VARSITY TENNIS TEAM 
Doris Sawyer, Barbara Tudbury, Constance Abbott, Head of Tennis, Sally Cole 




HORSEMANSHIP 

Billie Godfrey, Head of Riding, Polly Pancoast, Connie Thurber, Dotty Heidrich, Gisela Bolten 



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CANOEING 
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Phyllis Saunders, Elise Duncan 



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Barbara Daniels 
Sally Gage 
Dorothy Hamilton 
Mary Emily Pettengill 
Martha Elizabeth Ransom 
Betty Swint 



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President 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Mary Elliot 
Joan Brown 



Kay Flaherty 
Margaret Hall 
Jeanne Sawyer 
Elise Duncan 
Diana Greene 



Audrey Rugg 
Brace Bowen 
Doll Hudson 
Nancy England 
Mary Toohey 



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President 
Secretary -Treasurer 



Margaret Plunkett 
Madeleine Proctor 



Ruth Pond 
Mary Woodman 
Polly Pancoast 
Barbara Bobst 



Jean Cross 
Virginia Jones 
Rosa Fletcher 
Marian Lawson 



Barbara Leland 



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Editor-in-Chief 
Margaret Comstock 



Constance Thurber 



Literary Editors 
Frances Cross 



Marjory Hill 



Business Editor 
Katharine Harris 



Art Editor 
Marjorie Coll 



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President 
Secretary -Treasurer 



Phyllis Saunders 
Carolyn Fisher 



Doris Sawyer 
Joan Killian 
Betty McBride 



Marguerite Hall 
Jane Littauer 
Constance Smith 



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President . 
Secretary -Treasurer 



Ann Dooley 
Anne Simpson 



Dorothy Walworth 
Jean Tilton 
Olive Butler 
Jeanne Waugh 



Carol Whittemore 
Joan Carlson 
Charlotte Skinner 
Llovd Pierce 



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President 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Dorothy Heidrich 
. Sally Peck 



Constance Abbott 
Norma Forsyth 
Patricia Hotchkiss 



Barbara Rice 
Jane Vogt 
Harriet Hume 



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President 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Anne Flaherty 
Virginia Thayer 



Susan Darling 
Janice Hunter 
Barbara Littauer 
Beverly Bridge 



Ruth Thomas 
Elizabeth Scanlan 
Sally Walsh 
Gisela Bolten 



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Charlotte Boynton 
Martha Elizabeth Ransom 



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1937 

Barbara Pierpoint 

Martha Elizabeth Ransom 

Ruth Hall Rose 

Joan Todd 

Courtney Jeanne Wilson 

1938 

Margaret Comstock 
Jean Cross 
Elise Duncan 
Constance Thurber 
Jane Vogt 



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Father, I know that all my life 

Is portioned out for me; 
The changes that are sure to come 

I do not fear to see; 
But I ask Thee for a present mind 

Intent on pleasing Thee. 

I ask Thee for a thoughtful love 
Through constant watching wise, 

To meet the glad with joyful smiles, 
And to wipe the weeping eyes: 

And a heart at leisure from itself, 
To soothe and sympathize. 

Wherever in the world I am, 

In whatsoever estate, 
I have a fellowship of hearts 

To keep and cultivate; 
And a work of lowly love to do 

For the Lord on whom I wait. 

So I ask Thee for the daily strength 

To none that ask denied, 
And a mind to blend with outward life 

While keeping at Thy side; 
Content to fill a little space 

If Thou be glorified. 



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Presented on December 10, 1937 

OVERTONES 

A Satire by Alice Gerstenberg 

Characters 

Harriet, a cultured woman .... ....... Joan Brown 

Hetty, her primitive self .... ....... Jeanne Sawyer 

Margaret, a cultured woman Mary Toohey 

Maggie, her primitive self Dorothy Hudson 

Scene: Harriet's living-room. 

Time: The present. 



THE OLD PINTER PLACE 

A Three-Episode Comedy In One Act 

By Sally Shute 

Characters 



Mr. Phineas Pinter 
Mrs. Phineas Pinter 
Bimmie, their son 
Terence Boynton 
Nancy Boynton 
Fritz Boynton 
Oswald Eastman 
Lolly Eastman 



. Jeanne Sawyer 

Elise Duncan 

Mary Elliot 

Diana Greene 

Dorothy Hudson 

Audrey Rugg 

Catherine Flaherty 

Grace Bowen 



Scene: The living-room of a dilapidated old farmhouse. 
Time: About 11 P.M. 

Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray, Director 



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presented on January 29, 1938 

THE DOVER ROAD 

By A. A. Milne 

Characters 

The House: 

Dominic . J. Hope Baynes 

! Helen D. Bean 
Isabel Hancock 
Mary Carpenter 
Barbara Humes 

Mr. Latimer Gertrud Rath 

The Guests: 

Leonard Virginia P. Rogers 

Anne Evelyn M. Rumney 

Nicholas . Eleanor Tucker 

Eustasia Jeanne V. Miller 

Scene: The reception hall of Mr. Latimer's house. 
Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray, Director 
Committees: 

Chairman — Miss Virginia P. Rogers Stage — Miss Elaine Dodge, Miss Ena Marston 

Prompter ■ — Miss Helen Robinson Lights — Miss Margaret Snow 

Properties ■ — Miss Ruth S. Baker, Miss Octavia Mathews, Miss Florence Butterfield, 

Miss Marguerite Hearsey 
Costumes — Miss Alice C. Sweeney Posters — Mr. Francis Merritt 

Stage Effects — Mrs. Roberta G. Poland Finances — Miss Laura K. Pettingell 

Music — Miss Kate Friskin Stage Setting — Theodore & Company 

Ushers — Messrs. Walter E. Howe, Francis Merritt, Winthrop H. Richardson 
La Claque — Madame First Aid — Mrs. Duncan 

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presented on March 19, 1938 

LITTLE WOMEN 

arranged from the story by 

Louisa M. Alcott 

by Marian De Forrest 

Dramatis Personae 

Mr. March Anne Simpson 

Mrs. March Elizabeth McBride 

Meg Joan Brown 

Jo Diana Greene 

Beth Dorothy Hudson 

Amy . Constance Thurber 

Aunt March Ruth Pond 

Mr. Lawrence Mary Elliot 

Laurie Jeanne Sawyer 

Professor Bhaer Jean Tilton 

John Brooke Barbara Littauer 

Hannah Mullett Margaret Plunkett 

Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray, Director 

Production Staff 

Sally Peck, Chairman 
Properties — Margaret Comstock Programmes — Virginia Thayer 

Sound Effects — Norma Forsyth Wardrobe — Madeleine Proctor 

Posters — Elise Duncan Scenery — Mr. Tyler and Mr. Hammer 

Prompter — Susan Darling 
Music by the Abbot Ensemble — Marian Lawson, Sally Bradley, Shirley Hamilton, Libby Travis 

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presented on February 19, 1938 

the following plays in honor of the Senior Class: 

SIX WHO PASS WHILE THE LENTILS BOIL 

by Stuart Walker 

Prologue Lloyd Pierce 

The, Device Bearer Marion Altreuter 

You (in the audience) Jane Currier 

The Boy Ann Oakman 

The Queen Sally Anne Walsh 

The Mime Margaret Hall 

The Milk-Maid Constance Smith 

The Blindman Olive Butler 

The Ballad-Singer Katharine Harris 

The Dreadful Headsman Adelle Sawyer 

The scene: A kitchen. The period: When you will. 



JAZZ AND MINUET 
by Ruth Giorloff 

Mrs. Van Hayden Elizabeth Scanlan 

Eleanor Prudence Van Hayden Eleanor Martin 

PticHARD Townsend Nancy England 

Nettie .............. Charlotte Skinner 

Milord Deveraux Carol Parker 

The scene: The living-room of the Van Hayden Apartment. 

Time: Now and one hundred and fifty years ago. 



A HAPPY JOURNEY TO TRENTON AND CAMDEN 
by Thornton Wilder 

"Ma" Audrey Rugg 

Arthur Marjorie MacMullen 

Caroline Ellen Alden 

"Pa" Lucia Buchanan 

Beulah, the married daughter Carolyn Fisher 

Property-man Betty Jean Wilson 

The scene: A stage which in Chinese fashion becomes whatever the actors indicate. 

Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray, Director 
Fencing — Mrs. J. V. Miller Stage Manager — Mary Woodman 

Music — Miss Kate Friskin Scenery — Tyler Hammer Company 

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We, the nobleminded and most intellectual class of Abbot Academy, in the year 
nineteen hundred and thirty-eight, do with utmost sincerity bequeath our most 
cherished assets, as follows: 

McBride's social tendencies to Mary Lee Crawford 

Elise's speedy monologues to Bellows 

Peck's energy to Winnie Wiglesworth 

Diana's perpelual bluffing to Shirley Hamilton 

Lee's week-ends to Bonnie Martin 

Dooley's weight to Ginny Jones 

Whit's self-discipline to Betty Jean 

Lanky 's meekness to Sadie Sawyer 

Comstock's chemistry books to Oakman 

Forsyth's ethereal aspirations to Audie 

Susan Darling's effervescence to Mooney. 

Now in a philanthropic state of mind we endow these worthy organizations as 
follows: 

To the Salvation Army we present the Junior League (the aspiration of some 

of us) 
To the dust chute our insipid, jaundiced sweaters 
To the P. W. A. our Senior couches which we do not want 
To the Senior-Mids all hash sessions (knowing full well they won't need them!) 
To the Senior-Mids our master minds (although we know they don't want them! ). 

Finally, feeling that we would not be keeping our class unified without a few 
of our idiosyncrasies, we refuse to surrender our most distinguished possessions: 

The conflagration of the "Bellevue" (what a view!) 

The attraction of the "Normandie" for anyone who wants an extra two-weeks 

vacation 
All memories of the eve of the Senior-Mid Plays (in Room No. 10). 
"Frances Crassmore," who would be lost at Abbot without our invigorating 

influence 
"lulus" too, whom we take with us in our Class Book 
Last but not least, our noticeable individuality in times of calamity. 

(Signed) 

The Class of '38 

Witnessed: Isabel Hancock 
Witnessed: Evelyn Rumney 



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Best Actress 

Best Dancer 

Best Dressed 

Best Figure 

Best Sport 

Best Athlete 

Best Sense of Humor 

Best Artist 

Best-All-Round 

Most Musical 

Most Personality 

Cutest 

Neatest 

Man-Hater 

Most Beautiful 

Most Perfect Complexion 

Most Perfect Eyelashes 

Most Perfect Eyebrows 

Most Perfect Smile 

Most Perfect Teeth 

Most Attractive 

Most Popular 

Most Dignified 

Most Tactful 

Most Poised 

Most Temperamental 

Most Versatile 

Most Original 

Most Sensible 

Most Determined 

Most Absent-Minded . 

Most Optimistic 

Most Pessimistic 

Most Likely to Succeed 

Class Poet 

Class Wit 

Class Bluffer 

Class Tall-Story-Teller 

First To Be Married 



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J oan Brown 

Phyllis Saunders 

The Flahertys 

Jeanne Sawyer 

Anne Dooley 

Sally Peck 

Anne Dooley 

Sally Sutor 

Diana Greene 

Margaret Plunkett 

Betty McBride 

Linda Loring 

Margaret Plunkett 

Sally Peck 

Barbara Lee 

Mary-Frances Godfrey 

. Dorothy Hudson 

Joan Brown 

. Sally Sutor 

1 Whittemore, The Flahertys 

Marie Appleby 

Betty McBride 

Anne Flaherty 

Betty McBride 

Betty McBride 

. Lucille Freeman 

Marian Lawson 

. Sally Peck 

Carol Whittemore 

Carol Whittemore 

Elise Duncan 

ally Peck, Linda Loring 

Nancy Forman 

Margaret Comstock 

Elise Duncan 

Anne Dooley 

Diana Greene 

Norma Forsyth 

Dorothy Hudson 



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Eyes 
Mouth 

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Billie 

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Sure a little bit of Heaven 

Fell from out the sky one day, 

And it nestled in New Hampshire 

Not so many miles away; 

And when the angels found it 

Sure it looked so sweet and fair, 

They said, "Suppose we leave it, 

For it looks so peaceful there." 

So they sprinkled it with sunshine 

Just to make the pine trees grow 

They're the finest ones that can be found 

No matter where you go. 

And they placed the mountains 'round it 

Just to keep away the gale, 

And when they had it finished, 

Sure thev called it Intervale! 





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1938 The Abbot Circle 



cJrzaxd at Untszu-aLz 



Hurry up, will you? Oh look at Lucy struggling with her suitcase! It's twice 
as big as she is ! . . . Wait, I forgot something ! Oh gosh, I know — my money's . . . 
Diana has taken so many pictures now, she won't have any films left! . . .Whee, here's 
the train! . . .Good-bye everybody! . . .What, a whole car to ourselves? Let's relax! 
. . . Hey Sutor, play "The Snake Charmer" again ! . . . Oh dear — I've dropped some 
stitches — quick! Giny's. . .What scrumptious food! I'll swap you a marmalade for 
a lettuce! .. .What? We're here at last?... Some of you come in the car — others 
get in the bus ... skating at night! What fun! And this cocoa — yum!... I'll take 
the hard bed. I could sleep on anything this P.M.. . .It might. . . ! 

Oh! Those mountains! How lovely! .. .What pancakes! Home was never like 
this! . . .I've never seen such a steep toboggan — never! Miss Hearsey is the only one 
who dares go down ! . . . This ice is super ! Rice — show me how you do that figure 
eight! . . .How far is the ski-tow? Ask Susan — she's as far from it as she can get! 
...Hey Pudge, what are you doing in the brook? .. .Gee, this isn't a hill — it's a 
mountain! . . .Wish I had Appleby's spunk and Saunders' skill. Well, here goes noth- 
ing!. . .Dinner already? Are you going to "Rosalie" or the hockey game? I think 
I'll knit by the fire and turn in early. There's something about this mountain air! 

Who's going up Mt. Surprise? I'll go, Maddie, — I've never had snow-shoes on 
before, but I'll try anything once!... I'm so tired — Charlie McCarthy and games 
sound just about my speed ... Don't you adore "Winnie the Pooh"? .. .Let's finish 
up with the Goodnight Round, Pondo!. . ."Sweet rest descends to all." 

Oh how I hate to leave this place! . . ."Oh the Emersons, to you we sing!". . . 
Let's have a reunion next year! How about it, Liz? . . .Dover already? Billie, look! 
Is that your father? . . .Hey Plunkie, what rhymes with joy? "Boy, oh boy!". . .Why, 
Peckus, you surprise me ! . . . Gather round, one and all for a last song practice . . . 
Don't forget — dash into your sweaters and skirts and meet in the Senior Parlor! . . . 
Well, here's Andover! 



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INTERVALE 




T he Abbot Circle 



1938 



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In England lived I long ago 
Upon the Breckenridge, 
High in the old Littauer 
Beside the Duncan Bridge. 

My father was a Hunter, 
A Freeman of the King. 
"But Lawson, you're a Simpson," 
Said he to me one spring. 



The knight's bold face turned Greene with rage 
I Whittemore and more, 
Till he fell down and did not Rice. 
Hudson be quite done for. 

I heard a Russell in the leaves. 
It was a maiden fair, 
Lancaster eyes upon the ground, 
"I Sawyer fighting there. 



My Rath aroused, I took my steed, It was my Sutor that you slew, 

And galloped o'er the Lee. A man whom I did hate. 

"Just who's the Simp?" said I with scorn, He was selected by the Vogt 

"We very soon shall see!" Of all my father's state." 



I traveled many nights and days, 
When Dooley I did Cross 
A knight Walworth his armor as 
He Saundered Toohey's hoss. 

Forsyth Thayer was a steed of Brown, 
The Peck of God's frey land. 
The gallant knight did unTyer, 
And faced me man to man. 

Loring his eyes he looked me down, 
He looked me up and said, 
"I'll Holt with you a Tilton match, 
Teichert, and you are dead." 

We Fletcher swords with greatest vim, 
Forman we both were mad. 
Right quick I Plunkett into him. 
"Hauser feel now?" I said. 



The maiden's eyes were tearful now, 
"Don't Eveleighve me, sir! 
Comstock my father's court with good, 
To make up for that cur." 

I Tucker in my arms and said, 
"Oh Darling, be McBride? 
There lives an Abbott o'er yon Pond, 
I'll Coll him to our side." 

"We have Tudbury him and take 
A Flaherty his grave," 
The maiden murmured with a sigh, 
"Although he was a knave." 

The Abbott came from o'er the Pond 
To make us man and wife; 
I sealed it with a Hotchkiss, 
And now she's mine for life. 



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Ever white 
This 
Birch 
At night 

On Abbot ground 
In Abbot arms 
Shall wait 

The resurrection day 
For us 
In 
'38 

When fifty years out 
Back come the 
Combed 

And croaky few 
To sing 
And 
Cackle 

"The Class of '38 
Is 

Marching On" — 
Bravely face your future and your fate! 



—Peck 



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The American Boy 

Popular Science 

House Beautiful . 

Physical Culture 

Life . 

Fortune 

Wild Life . 

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Real Detective 

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Variety 

The Almanac 

Southern Workman 

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You . 

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Better Verse 

Modern Romances 

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Miss Hearsey 
Miss Butterfield 
Miss Tujker 
Miss Hancock 
. Mrs. Miller 
Tinker 
Miss Marston 
Miss Mathews 
Mrs. Gray 
Miss Tingley 
. Miss Baker 
Mrs. Campbell 
Mr. Howe 
Mrs. Poland 
. Miss Dodge 
Miss Carpenter 
Mr. Richardson 
Miss Baynes 
. Miss Humes 
Miss Friskin 
Miss Pettingell 
Miss Rumney 
Miss Bean 
Mrs. Duncan 
. Miss Snow 
. Miss Rath 
. Mr. Merritt 
Miss Robinson 
Madame Craig 
Miss Rogers 
Miss Gay 
Miss Sweeney 
Prom 
Commencement 
The News 
. Preps 
Theodore and his assistants 
Miss Hearsey's office 

Missing 



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1. 


Miss Hearsey 


(28) 


2. 


Miss Sweeney 


(22) 


3. 


Miss Baker 


(21) 


4, 


Miss Baynes 


(29) 


5. 


Miss Bean 


(25) 


6. 


Miss Butterfield 


(15) 


7. 


Miss Carpenter 


(12) 


3. 


Mme. Craig 


(4) 


9. 


Miss Dodge 


(18) 


10. 


Mrs. Duncan 


(27) 


11. 


Miss Friskin 


(2) 


12. 


Miss Gay 


(17) 


13. 


Mrs. Grav 

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(20) 


14. 


Miss Hancock 


(26) 


15. 


Mr. Howe 


(1) 


16. 


Miss Humes 


(11) 


17. 


Miss Marston 


(5) 


18. 


Miss Mathews 


(10) 


19. 


Mr. Merritt 


(30) 


20. 


Mme. Miller 


(14) 


21. 


Miss Pettingell 


(24) 


22. 


Mrs. Poland 


(7) 


23. 


Miss Rath 


(3) 


24. 


Mr. Richardson 


(13) 


25. 


Miss Robinson 


(16) 


26. 


Miss Rogers 


(8) 


27. 


Miss Rumney 


(6) 


28. 


Miss Snow 


(9) 


29. 


Miss Tingley 


(19) 



30. Miss Tucker 



(23) 



"Down in Maine — !" 

"It's the same old problem of the window stick." 

"What girl is this?" 

"I'm having a tea for my pupils ..." 

"Grammar references, special vocabulary." 

ossssssss I 
"You'll find it in Mrs. Gardner." 
"Eh— h— h?" 
"We've had it recently" 
"Do you like my swirl?" 
"To my mind. . ." 
"Have you seen Miss Tucker?" 
"Now Monsieur Miller. . ." 
"Ho, bring the boat over!" 

"I hate to bring up these domestic matters, but — " 
"She's Mr. Howe's pupil." 
"No. 1 is a map question." 
"I'm going off to Ipswich." 
"I'll be in the chem lab." 

"Ah'm afraid you all are makin' too much noise!" 
"I'm giving you this; you can take it or leave it." 
"Count off by threes, be — gin!" 
"I'll put your assignment on the bulletin board." 
"It must come from within outward. " 
"It's right here in the blue book!" 
"I won't have you girls whistling and screaming 
on my corridor." 

" — because a large bill is owed to the Colonial 
Food Shop — " 

"Textiles — old houses in Andover — fabrics — 
house furnishings — " etc. 

"Wait a minute! Hold on there!" 

"Foah health and strength and daily food — " 



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of 1937 - ig3S 



SEPTEMBER 

28 — Last year at Abbot begins. Started 
finely — many new girls. Three new 
faculty members, Miss Rath, Miss 
Marston, Mr. Merritt. 



OCTOBER 

15 — Senior picnic at Haggett's pond — 
doing better than class of '37. 
Weather perfect. 

23 — Memorial service to Miss Chickering. 



15- 


NOVEMBER 

-Field day — hockey game especially 
to be remembered. 
Thanksgiving service and holiday. 



DECEMBER 

10 — A.D.S. plays. 

1 1 — Children's Christmas party, exhaust- 

ing as usual. 

12 — Our last Christmas service. 
17 — Home for Christmas vacation. 



JANUARY 

7 — Vacation ended — back for work and 
winter sports. 



FEBRUARY 

1 — Mid-years began — we can smile now 

that they are far behind. 
4 — Intervale at last ! 

19 — Senior-mid plays — guess we are leav- 
ing Mrs. Gray with good material. 



MARCH 

5 — ■ Senior-mid and Senior tea dance. 
11 — Griffin entertainment — gave illusion 
of a very un-prep-school environment. 
19 — Little Women, our senior play of 
which we are justly proud. 





APRIL 


7- 


- Back from spring vacation. 


17- 


- Easter evening service. 


23- 


— Joint concert and dance between Fi- 




delio and Gov. Dummer Glee Club. 


29- 


- Prom week-end — no comments neces- 




sary. 





MAY 


7- 


— Visitors' day — worth everyone's ef- 
forts. 


12- 
21- 
28- 


- Society Banquet. 

-Benefit Bazaar — $200 profit! 

- Field Day. 




Senior Banquet. 



JUNE 

3 — Rally night. 

4 — Garden Party — Draper Dramatics. 

5 — Baccalaureate service — Commence- 

ment concert. 

6 — We graduate — Commencement ser- 

vice — tree planting. 



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Ruth Stephens Baker 

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Helen Dearborn Bean 

Florence Butterfield 

Mrs. Eunice Campbell 

Jane Brodie Carpenter 

Mary Carpenter 

-Rebekah Munroe Chickering 

Mrs. Constance Parker Chipman 

Mrs. Lydia Glidden Ciullo (substituting 

Mrs. Marie de la Niepce Craig 

Mary Elaine Dodge 

Mrs. Hannah Richmond Duncan 

Kate Friskin 

Mary Gay 

Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 

Isabel Hancock 

Walter Edward Howe 

Barbara Humes 

.Fanny Bigelow Jenks 

Ena Marston 

Francis Merritt 

Octavia Whiting Mathews 

Faith Lucena Meserve 

Mrs. Jeanne Vical Miller 

Laura Keziah Pettincell 

Mrs. Roberta Gilmore Poland 

Gertrud Rath 

Rev. Winthrop Horton Richardson 

Helen Dunford Robinson 

Louise Robinson 

Virginia Paine Rogers 

Evelyn Mann Rumney 

Margaret Snow 

Alice Curtiss Sweeney 

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20 Abbot Street, Andover 

28 Fremont Street, Plymouth 

309 West 86th Street, New York City 

255 Homer Street, Newton Center 

108 Boyd Street, Newton 

Prospect Street, Topsfield 

26 Morton Street, Andover 

57 Wilkinson Street, Putnam, Conn. 

5 Morton Street, Andover 
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60 Pilgrim Road, Marblehead, Mass. 
183 Dartmouth Terrace, Springfield 

Kentville, N. S. 

Andover 

300 West 108th Street, New York City 

132 Riverway, Boston 

17 Mayflower Terrace, Newton Highlands 

Boonsboro Road, Lynchburg, Va. 

14 School Street, Andover 

Chestnut Hill, Greenfield 

66 Summer Street, North Brookfield 

506 Washington Street, Braintree 

64 Woburn Street, Reading 

Andover 

26 Central Avenue, Weston 

136 Hancock Street, Cambridge 

173 Hancock Street, Cambridge 

87 Oak Street, Reading 

Hollins College, Va. 

Ward Hill 

77 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Gloucester 

82 Ames Street, Lawrence 

16 Garden Road, Lowell 

35 Tennis Court, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

63 Masonic Street, Rockland, Me. 

175 Berkeley Street, Lawrence 

32 Milton Road, Brookline 

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Constance Abbott 
Ellen Alden 
Mary Ailing 
Marion Altreuter 
Jean Franklin Appleby 
Marie Winsor Appleby 
Patricia Arnold 
Barbara Bellows 
Marie Johanne Bertram 
Barbara Bobst 
Gisela Bolten 
Ethel Ann Bolton 
Grace Woodbury Bowen 
Sarah Evelyn Bradley 
Sophie Sharpe Breckenridge 
Beverly Hartshorn Bridge 
Joan Brown 

Lucia Bayley Buchanan 
Nancy Lee Burnett 
Olive Irene Butler 
Phyllis Jean Campbell 
Joan Peabody Carlson 
Mary Pomeroy Chase 
Sarah Philbrick Cole 
Marjorie Bernice Coll 
Emily Margaret Comstock 
Mary Lee Crawford 
Phyllis Crocker 
Carolyn Dudley Cross 
Frances Elizabeth Cross 
Jean Austin Cross 
Joyce Marie Curran 
Jane Augusta Currier 
Mary Virginia Curtis 
Susan Lambert Darling 
Jane Reincke Davey 
Marjorie Mellor Dean 
Anne Marie Dooley 
Elise Isabel Duncan 
Janet Elizabeth Dwight 
Nancy Barr Eccles 



60 Walnut Street, Clinton 

3 Wentworth Court, Waterville, Me. 

1520 Granger Avenue, Ann Harbor, Mich. 

199 Christopher Street, Montclair, N. J. 

409 First Avenue, Asbury Park, N. J. 

409 First Avenue, Asbury Park, N. J. 

88 Central Street, Andover 

18028 Winslow Road, Shaker Heights, Cleveland, Ohio 

256 Grove Street, Montclair, N. J. 

173 Lovell Road, Watertown 

South Main Street, Andover 

128 Prescott Street, North Andover 

16632 East Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

79 Maple Street, Hornell, N. Y. 

1319 Castile Avenue, Coral Gables, Fla. 

16 Merrimack Street, Concord, N. H. 

296 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston 

5525 Dunmoyle Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Southborough 

159 Lowell Street, Andover 

8 William Street, Andover 

Falmouth Cliffe, West Falmouth 

287 Hillside Street, Milton 

371 Johnson Street, North Andover 

61 Park Avenue, Greenwich, Conn. 

9 Maple Avenue, Springville, N. Y. 

Wolf Road, R. D. 1, Erie, Pa. 

15 Fresh Pond Lane, Cambridge 

11 Proctor Blvd., Utica, N. Y. 

11 Proctor Blvd., Utica, N. Y. 

Lake La Belle, Oconomowoc, Wis. 

South Main Street, Andover 

Owenoke Way, Riverside, Conn. 

101 Federal Street, Salem 

238 South Main Street, Andover 

7 Tuxedo Road, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

8 Kensington Street, Andover 

391 Prospect Street, Lawrence 

1360 Park Lane, Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

Falmouth, Mass. 
Hidden Field, Andover 



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Mary Remington Elliot 
Elizabeth Pond Ellis 
Nancy Elizabeth England 
Phyllis Irene England 
Sue Anne Eveleigh 
Carolyn Scoville Fisher 
Anne Elizabeth Flaherty 
Catherine Ellen Flaherty 
Henrietta Johnston Fletcher 
Rosa Tucker Fletcher 
Nancy Lee Forman 
Frances Norma Forsyth 
Barbara Woodruff Fowler 
Lucille Freeman 
Ethel Elizabeth Garvey 
Mary-Frances Godfrey 
Rosamond McAllister Graves 
Laura Diana Hope Greene 
Madeleine Amelia Grout 
Margaret Davis Hall 
Marguerite Hall 
Virginia Montgomery Halstead 
Shirley Ruth Hamilton 
Elizabeth Gertrude Harris 
Emily Katharine Harris 
Nancy Harrison 

Doris deWindt Hauser 139 

Dorothy Moir Heidrich 
Marjory Luce Hill 
Margit Hintz 
Marjorie Louise Holt 
Patricia Hotchkiss 
Mary Mynderse Howard 
Joan Hubbard 
Dorothy Katherine Hudson 
Harriet Fairbank Hume 
Janice Hunter 
Elise Melinda Jewett 
Virginia Hancock Jones 
Elizabeth Marie Killian 
Joan Allen Killian 
Gloria Constance King 
Eleanor Channell Knox 
Eleanor Mary Lancaster 
Marian Elizabeth Lawson 
Barbara Ann Lee 
Barbara Clark Leland 
Barbara Littauer 



Holt Road, Andover 

309 East Broadway, Haverhill 

1 Ledgewood Road, Winchester 

38 Woodland Road, Maiden 

7801 No. Pennsylvania, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Lakeville, Conn. 

2512 West 17th Street, Wilmington, Del. 

2512 West 17th Street, Wilmington, Del. 

Forest Hill, Lexington, Va. 

Forest Hill, Lexington, Va. 

Croton Dam Road, Kitchawan, N. Y. 

333 Haverhill Street, Lawrence 

122 Forest Avenue, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

1320 North State Parkway, Chicago, 111. 

9 Hillside Avenue, Lawrence 

33 Fisher Street, Dover, N. H. 

420 Melrose Avenue, Winter Park, Fla. 

"Greenetrees," Kennebunk, Me. 

77 Main Street, Andover 

12 Winslow Road, Winchester 

17 Orne Square, Salem 

783 East 18th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Limestone, Me. 

121 Newcastle Road, Rochester, N. Y. 

Annandale-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

45 Pleasant Street, Methuen 

Hathaway Lane, Upper Darby P. 0., Merwood, Pa. 

115 High Street, Peoria, 111. 

15 Glen Eagles Drive, Larchmont, N. Y. 

20 Shadow Lane, Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 

110 Warren Street, Concord, N. H. 

Granby, Conn. 

Kinderhook, Columbia County, N. Y. 

94 Concord Street, Nashua, N. H. 

500 Forsythe Avenue, Monroe, La. 

104 Lakeview Avenue, Cambridge 

26 Brantwood Road, Arlington 

Upper Nyack, N. Y. 

27 Ten Acre Road, New Britain, Conn. 

334 Robin Road, Englewood, N. J. 

334 Robin Road, Englewood, N. J. 

7 William Street, Andover 

Quarters N, Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, N. J. 

36 Vernon Street, Auburn, Me. 

28 Temple Street, Belmont 

117 East Street, Methuen 

635 Andover Street, Lowell 

Charcoal Hill, Westport, Conn. 



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Margaret Gilbert Little 
Suzanne Mary Long 
Linda Loring 
Elizabeth McBride 
Elizabeth Gainey McDonald 
Marjorie Ruth MacMullen 
Eleanor Martin 
Margery Jean Martin 
Verniece Leone Moody 
Florence Ames Mooney 
Mary Elizabeth Moser 
Mary Dean Naff 
Ann Brooks Oakman 
Dorothy Carroll Orr 
Polly Ann Pancoast 
Carol Elizabeth Parker 
Mary Morris Pease 
Sara Graham Peck 
Lloyd Pierce 

Margaret Hutton Plunkett 
Ruth Pond 
Ruth Mildred Poore 
Jacqueline Proctor 
Madeleine Proctor 
Margaret Helen Prudden 
Ruth Eliza Rathbone 
Barbara Lyman Rice 
Virginia Harding Rice 
Christine Elizabeth Robinson 
Ann Rogers 

Audrey Elizabeth Rugg 
Priscilla Austin Russ 
Jane Russell 

Phyllis Marshall Saunders 
Adelle Sawyer 
Doris Sawyer 
Jeanne Sawyer 
Elizabeth Main Scanlan 
Anne Schoepflin 
Viola Dorothy Schwiebert 
Anne Kirtland Selden 
Mary Louise Sheedy 
Anne Simpson 
Charlotte Norton Skinner 
Constance Smith; 
Helen Binkerd Stott 
Sarah Anne Sutor 



Charcoal Hill, Westport, Conn. 

West Parish, Andover 

25 Middle May Circle, Forest Hills, L. L, N. Y. 

46 Salem Street, Andover 

224 East 46th Street, Savannah, Ga. 

123 Chestnut Street, Andover 

25 Brackett Road, Newton 

25 Grayfield Avenue, West Roxbury 

45 Sanford Street, Bradford, Pa. 

Andover Street, Ballardvale 

1952 Elm Street, Manchester, N. H. 

197 Forest Avenue, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Portland, Ark. 

15 Geddes Heights, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

13 Summer Street, Andover 

Hotel Pancoast, Miami Beach, Fla. 

147-37 Ash Avenue, Flushing, N. Y. 

404 Main Street, Suffield, Conn. 

20 Fairview Terrace, Derby, Conn. 

35-05 163 Street, Flushing, N. Y. 

21 Crofut Street, Pittsfield 

St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H. 

370 Ames Street, Lawrence 

78 Glen Avenue, Newton Center 

78 Glen Avenue, Newton Center 

1 Sutherland Road, Montclair, N. J. 

64 Central Street, Palmer 

20 William Street, Andover 

28 Witherbee Street, Marlboro 

Oxford, Me. 

1105 North Main Street, Laconia, N. H. 

521 Hudson Avenue, Newark, Ohio 

130 Broadway, Haverhill 

17 Oliver Street, Salem 

2 Brookfield Avenue, Nutley, N. J. 

840 Broadway, Bangor, Me. 

60 Bartlet Street, Andover 

60 Bartlet Street, Andover 

42 Hickory Drive, Maplewood, N. J. 

91 Valley Road, Larchmont, N. Y. 

101-05 Herrick Avenue, Forest Hills. L. I., N. Y. 

42 School Street, Andover 

Powder House Road, Groton 

39 Salisbury Street, Little Falls, N. Y. 

Lakeville, Conn. 

511 Hoffman Street, Elmira, N. Y. 

Williams Hall, Andover 

811 Clinton Place, River Forest, 111. 



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Arlene Millicent Teichert 

Virginia Thayer 

Ruth Josephine Thomas 

Constance Thurber 

Jean Louise Tilton 

Mary Elizabeth Toohey 

Elizabeth Brooker Travis 

Barbara Tudbury 

Beatrice Tyer 

Jane Elizabeth Vogt 

Susan Wallace 

Sally Anne Walsh 

Dorothy Louise Walworth 

Jeanne Waugh 

Joan Waugh 

Elizabeth Clark Weaver 

Joan Hathaway Webster 

Carol Larrabee Whittemore 

Winifred Frances Wiglesworth 

Priscilla Pierce Williams 

Betty Jean Wilson 

Jane Ann Wilson 

Nancy Dale Wilson 

Muriel Wood 

Mary Woodman 



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Porter Road, Andover 

Port Limon, Costa Rica, Central America 

3 Swart Street, Nashua, N. H. 

28 South Street, Concord, N. H. 

43 Abbot Street, Andover 

285 Migeon Avenue, Torrington, Conn. 

11 Hemenway Road, Salem 

Sunset Rock Road, Andover 

18 Stratford Place, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Purchase Street, Rve, N. Y. 

929 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

West Lake Road, Skaneateles, N. Y. 

18 William Street, Andover 

18 William Street, Andover 

169 Chestnut Street, North Andover 

Pinemere, North Wilmington 

48 Richwood Street, West Roxbury 

405 East Bridge Street, Cynthiana, Ky. 

18 Newton Street, Brockton 

225 Randolph Street, Oak Park, 111. 

11 Rangeley Road, Winchester 

14 Lafayette Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 

"Arden," Andover, Mass,. 

276 North Main Street, Concord, N. H. 



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